Friday Fictioneers-Two years, three days

Thanks to Rochelle Wisoff-Fields for posting such an interesting photo this week! One of the more inspirational photos I’ve seen so far.

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Photo by Randy Mazie

Two years, three days.

Two years, four days.

Two years, five days …

Tears ran silently down her cheeks.

Two years, six days.

Her daughter had been playing in the street.

Two years, seven days.

They weren’t supposed to be there.

Two years, eight days.

They’d gotten lost, went by her house by mistake.

Two years, nine days.

Hit her daughter.

Two years, ten days.

Stole her life.

Two years, eleven days.

They didn’t even go to jail.

Two years, twelve days.

Corrupt … everything so corrupt.

Two years, thirteen days.

… since she’d lost her only child.

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14 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers-Two years, three days

    1. i wish i’d thought of making it the goat’s, but no, it was just the perspective of a grieving mother. not anyone particular in the photograph, just what was inspired by what i saw.

      thanks for commenting 🙂

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